Les Lionnes Zipevent

Les Lionnes

13 Mar - 10 May 2022
11:00 - 18:00 (UTC+7)
Joyman Gallery

Event Information

Les Lionnes

Solo exhibition by Thanwa Huangsmut

When nature is indeed the mother of all creations, all lives and cultures that emerge at the same time are interconnected and bound by nature.

...Little birds singing sweet melodies, an eagle spreading its wings from the skies looking down to hunt its next victim, predators anxiously awaiting their prey, or snarling jungle rulers screaming back and forth with all their might …

Thanwa Huangsmut


With images of humans, animals, and all things that occur at different times and places, Thanwa Huangsmut's Les Lionnes has produced a powerful visual portrayal of life's cycle and carnal yearning. The image of an elegant lady amidst creatures emits a striking physical attractiveness. Huangsmut opted for his female subjects a youthful appearance, full of eager learning instincts. The mesmerizing glitter in her eyes creates a delicate relationship with the audience, bringing every exquisite element to life.


A range of animals, both warm-blooded and cold-blooded, may be found in this collection of artworks. Huangsmut’s goal was not to impart the scientific definition of natural science, but rather to represent the underlying meaning of sentiments in regard to nature’s ever-evolving ways. These animal allegories might be a reflection of human fear or ignorance, confirming that nature is still astonishing and dominant. Is it a metaphor for human behavior in terms of knowledge, morals, faith, love, happiness, pain, and mixed needs, on the other hand? When considering the depths of this collection’s paintings’ composition, the artist included images of objects, forms, and decorations — a harmonious spectrum of cultural symbols — with the goal of his work acting as another pivotal milestone of knowledge from time to time.


Nature, according to Huangsmut, has made every life to be beautiful and to have a fascinating tale, comparable to a precious jewel with a unique appearance. Huangsmut used beautiful hues such as garnet red, moss green, and azure blue to create elegant images of humans and animals adorned in lavish garments. With lines, paint, and brushes, he creates dazzling textures, culminating in a painting rich in intricate detail that arouses and ignites the power of imagination.


Huangsmut’s Les Lionnes will be on display in Joyman Gallery’s first floor exhibition area. The curator, Suphita Chareonwattanamongkhol, has methodically curated the exhibition which encourages everyone to explore the linked relationship between the physical and mental forms of nature. As soon as the audience enters the exhibition, they will be greeted by more than 20 artworks, which are collections of ethereal paintings and drawings. The gallery is open from Tuesday through Sunday, from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Every Monday, the gallery is closed. Furthermore, admission to the exhibition is free.

Location Details

Joyman Gallery


357 359 Maha Chai Rd, Khwaeng Samran Rat, Khet Phra Nakhon Bangkok, 10200 Thailand